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July 19, 2005


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"I would have thought giant milk and sugar bowls. Or maybe a giant cup, saucer and spoon."

England maybe (or India), but not here in the Orient. I could never figure why the English have milk in their tea. Ugh!

Don't forget the original use for an umbrella, it wasn't for rain.

There you go, Skeptico, spouting off again.

I have a personal problem with the "pagodas" of Buddhism which appear to have grown out of the lingams in India. Phallic symbols are everywhere in religion, including church steeples and the cross. Perhaps even the minarets of Islam, though they have somewhat of a real function.

I wouldn't demand that any of them be taken down, however.
Not even the phallic tea pot and sexualized vase. :-)

I used to be an art history major, I'm not making this stuff up.

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